Restacking my firewood the easy way.

Pallet Pete Posted By Pallet Pete, Jul 28, 2013 at 8:08 PM

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  1. Flatbedford

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    That is hard to believe! I'll have to try that some time.
     
  2. HDRock

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    Thanks Augie , I will give it a try
     
  3. Augie

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    Why?

    Kiln drying is usually 150ish degrees for a few days, maybe a week. I have recorded temps as high as 140 under the plastic on a 90degree sunny day. Im guessing I have 8hrs of 120 plus temps for 4 days a week, for 12 weeks, Makes for dry wood.
     
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    Is this angle up or down in front ?
     
  5. Pallet Pete

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    This is my usual method of stacking.

    Pete
     

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    I'll say again: They are some beautiful stacks of wood Dexter:)
     
  7. Paulywalnut

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    Great work there Pete. That will really be nice when done.
     
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  8. JayD

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    I wonder if you could get the temps even hotter with Black Plastic film? Jay
     
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